Open Hours: Mo to Su from 10:30 AM to 01:00 PM,Mo to Su from 04:00 PM to 07:00 PM
On a corner of Calle Zamora, in a shopping area, you will find a quiet street where Isabel Suárez de Solís founded ... More
Convento de Santa Isabel
On a corner of Calle Zamora, in a shopping area, you will find a quiet street where Isabel Suárez de Solís founded this Franciscan convent in the 15th century. Its main chapel is in the 14th century church, which was used as a mausoleum by the Solís family whose coat of arms is part of the decor. Have a look at the magnificent choir, with its Moorish stuccoed ceiling and Talavera tiled flooring. Admission: free
Very close to the Plaza Mayor and facing the small, quiet Plaza de los Sexmeros, you will find this lovely
little Romanesque church, founded when the city was repopulated. The church has been renovated a number of times and ...
This convent of cloistered nuns is located in the historical center of the city. The convent was established as a
part of the religious order of Santo Domingo when it was founded in 1594. The founders were a widow, ...
Its plateresque façade is simply magnificent, resembling a richly decorated altar piece. The most outstanding of its stone carved reliefs
features the image of San Esteban himself by Ceroni. Through the Renaissance style gateway you come to the Gothic ...